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Janusz and Stefa follows the final months of Warsaw Ghetto’s Orphan’s Home, a Jewish orphanage led by world-renowned Jewish-Polish pediatrician and  advocate for children’s rights, Dr. Janusz Korczak and mission-driven partner Stefania “Stefa” Wilczyńska. Together, they harbored and endeavored to save 192 children in their care. History records they all perished at Treblinka, northeast of Warsaw, but with dignity as they marched through the ghetto onto cattle cars, then into the gas chambers. This musical drama is written and directed by Opera Leggera’s Sasha Holloway, artistic director, and Hannah Holloway, development manager.

This production seeks to raise $4 million for the Holocaust Garden of Hope with groundbreaking slated for this September. Semi-formal dinner theater catered by Raffa’s Waterfront Grill and G&G’S Catering And Desserts precedes the curtain.

Janusz and Stefa follows the final months of Warsaw Ghetto’s Orphan’s Home, a Jewish orphanage led by world-renowned Jewish-Polish pediatrician and advocate for children’s rights, Dr. Janusz Korczak and mission-driven partner Stefania “Stefa” Wilczyńska. Together, they harbored and endeavored to save 192 children in their care. History records they all perished at Treblinka, northeast of Warsaw, but with dignity as they marched through the ghetto onto cattle cars, then into the gas chambers. This musical drama is written and directed by Opera Leggera’s Sasha Holloway, artistic director, and Hannah Holloway, development manager.

This production seeks to raise $4 million for the Holocaust Garden of Hope with groundbreaking slated for this September. Semi-formal dinner theater catered by Raffa’s Waterfront Grill and G&G’S Catering And Desserts precedes the curtain.

Janusz and Stefa follows the final months of Warsaw Ghetto’s Orphan’s Home, a Jewish orphanage led by world-renowned Jewish-Polish pediatrician and advocate for children’s rights, Dr. Janusz Korczak and mission-driven partner Stefania “Stefa” Wilczyńska. Together, they harbored and endeavored to save 192 children in their care. History records they all perished at Treblinka, northeast of Warsaw, but with dignity as they marched through the ghetto onto cattle cars, then into the gas chambers. This musical drama is written and directed by Opera Leggera’s Sasha Holloway, artistic director, and Hannah Holloway, development manager.

This production seeks to raise $4 million for the Holocaust Garden of Hope with groundbreaking slated for this September. Semi-formal dinner theater catered by Raffa’s Waterfront Grill and G&G’S Catering And Desserts precedes the curtain.

WHEN

WHERE

The Nathaniel Center
804 Russell Palmer Rd.
Kingwood, TX 77339
http://bit.ly/HRA18DinnerTheater

TICKET INFO

$100-$250
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